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Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster: “If people are going to put up borders, it will be the European Union that puts up a border. It will certainly not be the United Kingdom or Northern Ireland. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty

Arlene Foster has accused the Taoiseach of using Northern Ireland to extract concessions for Dublin in negotiations between Britain and the European U(...)

Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry:  urged Boris Johnson to stick to earlier promise that Irish border arrangements will not change. Photograph: PA Wire

As MPs continued to debate the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill at Westminster on Tuesday, commuters outside were picking up copies of the Evening Sta(...)

Foreign secretary Boris Johnson departs Downing Street after a meeting to discuss the  possibility of additional money for the Brexit “divorce bill”. Photograph: Jack Taylor

Conservative MPs have warned Theresa May against increasing Britain’s offer on the Brexit divorce bill as the prime minister met senior cabinet minist(...)

The quintessentially superficial Brexiteer Boris Johnson told us that Brexit will bring Britain and Ireland closer. By definition this cannot be true

Thanks to an outpouring of analysis, commentary and leaks we now know a lot about Brexit. While we have had no substantive update on the British gover(...)

Businesses in the Republic are more pessimistic about the effects of Brexit than those in Northern Ireland, even though firms in the North have experi(...)

Dec reads the script as if it was meant for Ant’s rumoured substitute Holly Willoughby

There is never going to be a moment in I’m A Celeb when Kanye West trips into the Versace hotel backpack in hand sharing a glass of fizz with Wagner f(...)

 Theresa May leaves Downing St: A relatively calm week for the British prime minister.  Photograph:  Jack Taylor/Getty Images

There was an unfamiliar scene in the House of Commons this week as Conservative MPs cheered loudly at the end of Theresa May’s weekly joust with Jerem(...)

Brexit deadlock: Leo Varadkar in Gothenburg on Friday. Photograph: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty

The UK’s decision to “unilaterally” rule out important options in the Brexit talks has prompted Ireland and the EU to set their own non-negotiable red(...)

Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney meeting  Boris Johnson at Iveagh House. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Irish Border: when to negotiate its future post-Brexit, now or later? The European Union and the United Kingdom have their main sticking point – t(...)

For Ireland the important thing is to get something signed up to by both the UK and EU which will ensure no return of a ‘hard Border’ no matter what way the Brexit talks end. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images.

Where are we on the issue of the Irish Border after Brexit? We are reaching one of the crunch points – and there is potential for serious tensions b(...)

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